What if lack of sulfur caused Autism or Alzheimer’s?
But what if it was because our body chose these problems?
To solve most problems it’s a better idea to walk toward the issue than run away. If the initial reaction is to fight, then it’s probably better to relax.
Such is the case with quicksand. The initial reaction is to struggle and fight for your life. And it’s precisely the fastest way to die in quicksand.
In my life, it seems like all the breakthroughs I’ve had come from counterintuitive ideas. Some of these are things like eating a grain-free diet, like SCD, needing more stomach acid (not less) and avoiding flu shots.
How completely amazing would it be for us to learn that the body is so smart it chooses to live with a chronic disease or infection rather than die? That’s a level of sophistication and innate intelligence that might make heads explode.
Dr. Stephanie Seneff, an MIT researcher who’s been researching Sulfur, Heart Disease and Autism, is beginning to believe this might be the truth. She’s deeply fascinated by cholesterol sulfate and its role in the body.
She’s published 9 nutrition and disease papers and has given several Weston A Price conference presentations. I’m very grateful she took time to come on our show. We covered a diverse group of topics, from her daily menu to how important cholesterol and sulfate are for health.
On this Podcast, We Cover:
3:44 Why Statins are awful and LDL Cholesterol is good for us
10:01 Where Sulfate is located in the body and what it does
14:22 How could we become Sulfur deficient?
25:05 Could our body choose infections and sickness?
36:04 The difference between Vitamin D supplements and the sun
43:04 Do you get very tired from being in the sun (like the beach)? Listen to this…
46:08 How to get more sulfur in your life
Whew! What an awesome chat that was. I hope that you all learned a ton because I sure did.
Don’t forget to visit Dr. Seneff’s site, where she does her best to make ALL her talks and papers FREE –> Click Here.
And tell me, do you think the body would choose disease?